The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, November 14, 1952 Page: 3 of 8
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Friday. November 14, 1M8
H. Collier Jr.
Is. Killed In
Homer K. Collier Jr. of bus
Angelus, non of Homer K. Collier
of Mumford, wan killed about II
o'clock last Wednesday morning
when the plane in which he wan
riding crashed while litnding at
Burbank, Californiu. lie was one
of five person killed in the crash.
Collier, an aerial photographer
for thi Fairchild Aerial Survey
company of l,os Angles was .'tl
years of ajfe ;it t.h«* time of his
Homer EuKene Collier Jr. was
born in the Brazos Bottoms near
Hearne and attended the schools
here. He later attended A. & M.
College until he entered service
with the U. S. Marine Corps.
During World War II, Collier
was an aerial photographer fur
th<' Marine Corps and pictoriulixcl
the Solomon IhIuihIs campaign.
After the war, he entered ut"
University of Houston to further
his study of aerial photography
and received his degree from that
scho.il in I960. When the atomic
experiments were underway at
Bikini, Collier was called upon t■ •
maki' aerial photographs of that
lis I'.M'i, Collier was united in
marring with Miss l.ois Smi'h
of M.'illn ;m<t to thi union t.w >
daughters were horn Kar<n
who is now four y< :irn <>li! a I
Nanc> whu is now two year "Í
For cough* and acute bronchitis due to
colds you can now act Crconiulsion
«penally prepared for Children in ¡mew
pink ami Hue package and He sure:
(1) Your child will like it.
(2) It contains only safe, proven
(J) It contains no narcotic* to dis-
turb nature's processes
(4) It will aid nature to soothe and
heal r >w, tender, inflamed throat nrul
hronchini membrane*, thu* relieving
the cough and promoting rest and
sleep A*k for Creomulsion for Chil-
dren in the pink and bhie package.
roa CHILD* IN
AUSTIN— Itob Setenta has
enrolled aa I Junior atudent
here in Auatin l resbyterian
Theological Seminary, studying
for the ministry.
He gradauled from Caldwell
high school in 194M, where he
held the highest scholastic rat-
ing of the boys in the graduat-
ing class, lie wa a member of
the hand and F. K. A.
He attended Southwestern
Texas State teachers' college in
San Marroa, receiving a II. S.
degree this year. Activities at
Sun Marcoa included: Student
religious association; Alpha Chi
Honor Society; Who's Who In
American Universities and col-
leges, and Alpha Chi Schlur-
He is the ton of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe F. Sebesta, Caldwell, Texas
In addition to his wife anu
• hildren, Collier is survived by his
f t her, II K. Collier of Muinfor l,
!«■( brothers, Wsltei H. Collier
of I'earsall and James Robert <\ i
I ei of Galveston.
Funeral arrang-tnents were in-
eomplete ut press time but ser-
vi.-. h will be held in Hearne with
liiti invent in Norwood cemetery.
V. F. W. Auxiliary
To Hold Bake Sale
A hake sale will be held Sat
urday, November 15 in the Skru
banek Kleitric Building under the
sponsorship of the V. F. W
They will have on hand all
kinds of cakes, pies, cookies and
other edibles for your Sunday
• Sparkling beauty
to match Hta ele-
gance of any car
• Famous Ooodyoar
90% of all tire trouble
occur* in the lait 10%
of tira life. Avoid thle
dangerous 10% gone
of tire wear. Com* in
today and trad* thot*
worn, smooth tlr for
n*w Whit* SIdewallt
USK OUR IASY
Harvey Motor Company
rvation New ¡
John C. 8'i -f t, d* in -' tnac, F.rnestj
< iloupk'.i J ai ob K. ó ta i) ley. j
Hoy Klagmun naked the Soil
Conservation Service to stake o :t
contour guide lines on one of his
farms lust week. Klugman's faun
■i near Dianvilhs He is cooperat-
ing with the soil conservation
district in a program to conserve
md improve the soil and inoisturu
on his farm. Ki.igman wants to
build terraces on his cultivated
land but on one field a waterway
will have to be grassed to outlet
the terraces onto. Since he did
not want to keep his rows going
up and down the slope the con-
tour row direction was laid out
for him. This will help hold the
moistuie and make the water run
slower until Klagman can build
Sam (iaines of Somervill" has
recently become a cooperutor with
your soil conservation district. Mr
(iaines is interested in doin.r
some irrigation on otn field. I'
gincers with the S. C. S. F. i-
topographic surveys last week in
■inter that he could be advised a .
to the details required to get a
satisfactory irrigation system
S. S. Pillow has started terrac-
ing work on hi- farm at Harm ,'.
He plans to lo most of the wo-s
himself with a farm tractor an 1
disc plow. In addtion to'the ter-
races Mr. Pillow will use huban
clover on part of his cutivated
land ench year in rotation wi'h
feed crops. The clover will he <Mit
for hay or seed harvested. By
letting the clover grow through
an entire season Mr. Pillow can
expect to receive the maximum
benefits to soil condition and w:i< •
Raymond Zgahay and Kdw.n
Zgabay are having conservation
plans drawn up for their farms
located in the Birdsong Communi-
ty. S. C. S. men are helping them
plan the practices that they wa it
to put on th*ir land, to meet th*
problems of each particular field.
in this way when the Zgabays
■ re ready to do the work no time
>r effort will be lost.
Anold Wiederhold is having ter-
races constructed on his faun
near Deanville. A county main-,
lainer is doing the work for Mr.
Wiederhold. Chann tl type terra".s
are b* ing built lo make furmiig
operations easier and to provide
greater protection against erosion.
John Groce had S. C. S. engi
neers layout another farm pond
on the stock farm he operates
southwest from Chriesman. He re-
cently finished construction ofone
pond. This second pond is part of
the conservation plan developed t
provide for the best grazing di-
tribution and therefore for better
soil and water conservation by
leaving more grass on the land
Annual Turkey Supper
(with all the trimmings)
Catholic I'arish Hall — Wed., evening, Nov. 19.
$1.00 per plute — Serving begin at 5:30 o'clock
Come and en joy an evening's entertainment
Sponsored by St. Mary's Parish.
Two From Caldwell
Make High Honors
Huntsvllle— Among the highest
honors a girl can receive at Sam
Houston Kiate College is to 'jh
given an invitation to join one
of the five societies of the cam-
Recently some 4fl young ladi 's
were honored thaaly, g
them «or* Barbare Davis,
Lee Evelyn Boed*k*r, of
who pledged to the Eclectic
Miss Davis is the daughter of
Mrs. Bertie Alford, and Miss
Boedeker is the duughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Boedeker.
A milliard is a thousand million.
an ii •
You can take extra pride in the satisfaction tad
enjoyment your family has when you awrve them
deUeinua meats from our market.
MAKE OUR OWN WE1NER8 AND SAUSAGB
Manas & Son Meat Market
IN MANY YIARS!
" New Brer Rabbit
reminds "eld-timers" eff
real ribben cane flavor*
And in syrup, IPs flavor
FORT WORTH ... Is there
an "old-timer" in your family who
is always harking back to the won-
derful syrup folks used to enjoy in
the "good old days"? The kind
made from Ribbon Cane-that
gave syrup a flavor that was
Today that marvelous "old-time"
flavor is here again! Here to make
your hot biscuits and corn bread,
your pancakes and waflles a brand-
new treat. Just try it, you'll see!
It's the new Brer Rabbit Syrup
-a new flavor your family will
simply dote on! The new Brer
Rabbit Syrup combines lightness
and sweetness in a delicious com-
bination that modern Southerners
vote "tops." Mild and light, it
tastes just right-makes every-
thing you put it on taste finer than
IN STORE TESTS... falla
who tasted, praiswl its flavor
DALLAS: . . . "Taste this new
syrup, ma'am,-and say how you
In stores through the Missis-
sippi Delta and East Texas, people
tasted the new Brer Rabbit Syrup
... smacked their lips ... and gave
their delighted answers:
Ten to one-the chorus was
Did they like the new Brer
Rabbit "better than the syrup they
were now using?"
Again the chorus was a resound-
ing "Yes!" Almost 7 times as many
said "Yes" as said "No!"
Ivan people who have used Brer
Rabbit Syrup for year* were out-
spoken In liking this new Kror Rab-
bit even feoffor*
People tike you—
.'J «R-* III— jlj,
sato rumps imw mu
"Sweet enough but not too sweet -
has a new taste."
"Mild nnd not too strong."
"Would be fine on cnk<*s and
Local stores now
stocking new flavor
Your grocer now has tho now im-
proved, lighter Brer Rabbit Syrup,
packed undor tho old, familiar Brer
DfALIRSt To msst the demand for this
Improved new syrup, write er wire Penicfc
B N*d Md., let., New Oilaees 7, la.
"Tastes just right."
"Best I've tasted-they've surely
improved Brer Rabbit Syrup."
In New Orleans:
"Well, I'm mighty particular about
syrup but I'll try your test . . .
M-m-m, say, I like this Brer
"This tastes like real old-time
"Tastes like country syrup."
"This Brer Rabbit would be grand
on biscuits and pancakes."
So said folks who tried the new
Brer Rabbit. At your house-we
think your family will say the
same! This new, lighter, milder
flavor, sweet but not too sweet-
can bring new pleasure to your
table, three times a day. Try Brer
Rabbit, why don't you-first time
you're in the store?
Prominent sugar cane grower sags "BEST EVER"
\ * 1
MR. VICTC ft WINTZ, Annandale Plantation, White Castle, La.... shown
with Mrs. Wintz and their three attractive little daughters. The Winto
family has lived in the South for many years. They know sugar cane!
They know syrup! They think the new Brer Rabbit Syrup is the best yet!
Texan rmmindmd of
sugar mill days
"Everybody in this sugar cane
country knows it takes the right
sugar cane to get that old-time
ribbon cane flavor," says Mr. S. K.
Hays of Edom, Texas. "The new
Brer Rabbit Syrup reminds me of
Makes Hot Biscuits
a Now Troot I
Your fine hot birsuits will win new
praise, once folks taste them with
now Brer Rabbit Syrup. It's sweet,
but not too sweet. A light, mild
syrup that doesn't hide the flavor of
hot breads, pancakes and waflles ...
just makes them taste perfect.'
NEW SYRUP A FINE
Children burn up so much food
energy in their active play, they im
need an extra supply, to grow on.
Give them plenty of delicious Brer
Rabbit Syrup! It' a fine "fuel
food". . . concentrated "energy"
that is easily diyrmtible and in-
the sugar mill days when I was a
boy. And in syrup, it's the flavor
Yes, Brer Rabbit has recaptured
"old-time" syrup goodness! A
pitcher of Brer Rabbit-on your
table-will mean Happy Eating!
IN SYRUP IT'S THt FLAVOR
There are many syrups on the
market but there's only one way to
judge them-and that's on flavor.
You'll find some have a strong
taste, others an over-sweet taste.
But Brer Rabbit-well, there's a
syrup that tastes just right. And
Brer Rabbit makes pancakes,
waffles, hot biscuits and corn bread
better than ever before.
TRY BRfR RABBIT ANO Sffl
THE RABBIT I
For light, mild syrup
try BROWN LABEL
For richor, fuller
sugar cano flavor, try
BLUE LABEL Bror Rabbit
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The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 15, Ed. 1 Friday, November 14, 1952, newspaper, November 14, 1952; Caldwell, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth176038/m1/3/: accessed April 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.